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Eric Vegoe
Contributing writer for The Athletic MN, GopherPuckLive since 2008. Also written for MN Hockey Magazine, USCHO, & Cedar Rapids Gazette. St. Olaf alum
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Eric Vegoe 56s
Replying to @evegoe
Motzko also gave his perspective on overtime at the end of the podcast--he thinks they'll have 3-on-3 back in place before the season starts.
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Eric Vegoe 12m
The new coach talks what's happening during the summer, connecting with alumni, 'the door is open and the ship is big--everyone can jump aboard,' and notes the cupboard isn't bare with players for the upcoming season.
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Eric Vegoe 47m
agrees with you. I agree with you. Great value. 20th in cap hit, much better than 20th goalie statistically.
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Eric Vegoe 19h
Replying to @Graups33 @SchlossmanGF
This isn't a game NCAA coaches should want to play... baffling decision.
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Cathedral Hockey Jul 15
Proud Coach of my boys for winning the Duluth Tourney Championship Today! Bittersweet weekend as the boys got to play one last time with before he moves to his new team. Glad we could end on a win with Mack! We wish him nothing but the best!
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Eric Vegoe Jul 16
hockey alum has qualified for the again and tees off at 2:30 today:
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Eric Vegoe Jul 13
Replying to @Fight_Club20
Three months in, Bob Motzko busy making his mark on Gopher hockey There was a chance for one more player, but I haven’t heard anything since writing this.
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Nick Kelly Jul 12
Sokolov, who’s friends with prospect Kirill Kaprizov, also talked about what it would be like to play with Kaprizov in Minnesota ⬇️⬇️⬇️
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KSTPSports Jul 12
A couple videos up for fans: •Extended highlights from the first Developmental Camp scrimmage (including a goal from 1st rd pick Filip Johansson): •Several prospects, including 2 from , discuss the Camp:
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Eric Vegoe Jul 12
Replying to @JohnnyWaffles9
It’s coming ;) I’ve got to try and sneak a look at the squad when the get on the ice in September.
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Eric Vegoe Jul 12
Bravely traveling to Madison, ⁦⁩ spends a day with Ryan Suter for an update on the defenseman’s recovery from breaking his talus bone.
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Eric Vegoe Jul 11
Replying to @hockeylogic
Part of it is Title IX compliance because they spend $20M on football.
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Eric Vegoe Jul 11
Replying to @branden_leonard
Mainly just a change in accounting practices
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Eric Vegoe Jul 11
Replying to @evegoe
Here is a look at some historical revenue and expenses for hockey I've tracked over the years.
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Eric Vegoe Jul 11
Here are the projected revenue and expenses by sport for FY 2019 presented by Mark Coyle to the Regents today:
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Jessi Pierce Jul 10
No lack of Minnesota love at camp. Tyler Sheehy is an invitee. Notes with his senior year around the corner it’s time to think about what’s next. “Just kind of do what you can.”
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Eric Vegoe Jul 10
Replying to @mnhockey20
2020—there might be some state funding that pays for part of that, since the freon piece is a regulatory requirement.
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Eric Vegoe Jul 10
While a new golf training facility and outdoor track are underway, the next capital project priorities for the include updates to Mariucci weight room & training areas, LED lighting for Maturi Pavilion, HVAC upgrades to the Pav and updates to the Freeman Aquatic Center.
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Eric Vegoe Jul 10
Mark Coyle will be presenting his Annual Report on Intercollegiate Athletics to the Board of Regents Thursday. The Nothing Short of Greatness campaign is still underway as they've raised $108 M for the Athlete Village, $124 M overall.
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The Athletic Jul 9
Jimmy Larson was set to fulfill a goal of playing D-I baseball at Kansas State before he had his first episode. Two years and a brain surgery later, he was back on the mound with in 2018. on the pitcher's toughest test 🔓:
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